Cosy up to the Autumnal Equinox with this breezy, hand-illustrated GIF by Maori Sakai.
Check out John Bratby's pared down, primary-hued portrait of Paul McCartney, painted during the ongoing Beatlemania of 1967.
Liu Bolin, The Invisible Man, excels at cloaking himself in everyday items. 'Instant Noodles' is from his 2013 'Hiding in the City' series.
Géricault is the latest in Charles Saatchi's favourite masterpieces in the Daily Telegraph with 30 day free trial.
Cecil Beaton snapped David Hockney looking dandy-like in a daffodil field with Peter Schlesinger in 1970.
A hearty lunch artfully manifests itself in this savoury GIF by illustrator Sachin Teng.
French-German artist Jean (or Hans) Arp was born #otd
in 1886! His fluorescent, sculptural 'Abstract Composition' was completed in 1915.
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Enjoy this iridescent shot of Tomás Saraceno's dancing foil and sandbag installation 'Poetic Cosmos of the Breath', seen here in Hong Kong.
"Art is like a lover whom you run away from but who comes back and picks you up." - Tracey Emin (The Last Great Adventure Is You, '13, Neon)
Mike Kelley's childhood comes out to play in his 1991 arrangement of eight Cibachrome prints 'Ahh...Youth.'
Vermeer is the latest in Charles Saatchi's favourite masterpieces in the Daily Telegraph with 30 day free trial. telegraph.co.uk/art/artists/ch…
A team of Taiwanese art students turned 100 dirty H20 samples into polyester resin ice lollies for their project 'Polluted Water Popsicles.'
Ekkehard Altenburger nestled his 'Mirror House' along the coast of Scotland's Isle of Tiree in 1996, reflecting back the Atlantic Ocean.
Happy birthday, Sol LeWitt, born #otd
in 1928! His mature work 'Color Bands' of 2000 is a jubilant linocut celebration on paper.
Check out this shaggy-looking portrait of Joseph Beuys, captured by Klaus Staeck & Gerhard Steidl, who documented much of the artist's life.
Washington Color School member Morris Louis died #otd
in 1962. His late work 'Para III' speaks of a life lived in the embrace of bold hues.
Rita Ackermamn painted her messily alluring, mixed media on canvas 'Cukrosbácsi I' ( which is Hungarian for 'Sugardaddy') in 2010.
Congrats to #SelfExpression
winner Paola Ismene from Mexico! See her shot and the runners-up from the USA, Spain & Australia.
Masaccio is the latest in Charles Saatchi's favourite masterpieces in the Daily Telegraph with 30 day free trial.
Get enveloped by this towering, tight-corridor detail of Richard Serra's weatherproof steel 'Inside Out' of 2013.
Annie Leibovitz snapped Salma Hayek as her artista alter-ego Frida Kahlo for Vogue Magazine in October 2002.
Savour those first inklings of autumn with Maurice Denis' 'September' of 1891, painted in oil in canvas as part of his series 'The Seasons.'
Street artists Daniel Dolopo and Annatomix put their heads together on 'Future', a mural for London's Tribe15 alternative art festival.
"Don't be an art critic, but paint, there lies salvation." - Paul Cézanne (Still Life with Skull, 1898) #ArtistQuotes
Edvard Munch is the latest in Charles Saatchi's favourite masterpieces in the Daily Telegraph with 30 day free trial
Kara Walker unveiled her large-scale sphinx installation 'A Subtlety' or 'The Marvelous Sugar Baby' in 2014.
Kazimir Malevich plotted out the simple Suprematist planes of his 'Red Square' in 1915.
Hannah Hoch pieced together the steady gaze of her Dada photomontage 'Bouquet of Eyes' in 1930.
Molehills morph raggedly into mountains in this glitchy Western GIF by Clay Rodery.
Fernando Botero painted his rotund homage to the Arnolfini Portrait, 'After van Eyck II', in 1978.
Check out 'Van Gogh vs. Mr. Potato', a freehand spray can mural by Valencia, Spain-based street artist Napol.
George Seurat is the latest in Charles Saatchi's series on his favourite masterpieces in the Daily Telegraph.
Of his over 9,000 works, Paul Klee's oil on canvas 'Ad Parnassum' of 1932 is perhaps his best-loved masterpiece.
Enjoy Jordan Andrew Carter's en vogue portrait of Ana Wintour.
"Have no fear of perfection, you'll never reach it." - Salvador Dalí (The Elephants, 1948, Oil on canvas) #ArtistQuotes
Claes Oldenburg posed with his giant 'Floor Cone' out front of Los Angeles' Dwan Gallery in 1962.
El Grand Chamaco of Los Ramones, Mexico has digitally redesigned power players from 'Game of Thrones' using a grim toyland aesthetic.
The cold hues and dashes of rose quartz in Picasso's 'Girl on the Ball' of 1905 reflect a crossroads between his famed Blue and Pink periods
Painters in Color has restored and added soft pigments to this nineteenth-century photograph of French Romanticist Eugène Delacroix.
Yoni Alter's GIF art camouflages wild animals on the move in dappled fields of colourful matching spots.
Édouard Manet is the latest in Charles Saatchi's series on his favourite masterpieces in the Daily Telegraph. telegraph.co.uk/art/what-to-se…
Enjoy Jackson Pollock's 'Number 1', action painted in 1949 with enamel and metallic pigments on canvas.
Check out Leonora Carrington's surrealist 'Bird Superior, Portrait of Max Ernst', painted around 1939.
Jean-Michel Basquiat died at the age of 28 #otd
in 1988. We're commemorating his brief but bold career with 'Boy and Dog in a Johnnypump.'
Enjoy a glimpse of Zhuxuan He's daring three-dimensional fashion designs.
Cindy Sherman's 'Untitled #193', from her 'History Portraits' series, envisions an aging 18th-century beauty à la Madame de Pompadour.
Chaïm Soutine died in Paris #otd
in 1943. His 'Carcass of Beef' of 1924, an homage to Rembrandt, splayed out a grisly side of Expressionism.
El Greco is the latest in Charles Saatchi's series on his favourite masterpieces in the Daily Telegraph telegraph.co.uk/art/what-to-se…